TARRANT COUNTY -- The trial of a Keller woman accused of killing her husband three years ago continued Wednesday with interview video.
Prosecutors are presenting their case against the defendant they call "The Black Widow." They showed the jury a video of Michele Williams as police interviewed her in 2011.
For more than three and a half hours, the courtroom watched and listened to the police interview Williams after her husband was found shot to death in their bed.
In the video, Williams has one or both of her hands over her face for almost all of the interview. At first, police are simply asking Michele details about her family makeup as they keep ensuring her it was protocol.
But it wasn't long before the questions turned to motive. Police asked about life insurance policies and Williams said she and her husband each had $650,000 on each other.
Then, the sergeant was really delving into the timeline of events, and Michele said she couldn't remember if she heard the gunshot first, or if she'd seen the dark subject in her home. She claimed to have been hit somewhere in this time frame too, but police straight out tell her things aren't making sense. They also tell her that by the way the scene looks, she might have been involved in her husband's death.
The prosecution surely wants the jury to notice all these things, including Michele's reactions.
She remained steadfast in the interview that her husband was killed by an intruder, even though later on she changed that story -- saying he committed suicide.